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And, of course, the wealthy and well-connected live by different laws than the rest of us, so this behavior is often coddled and excused.
RUSSELL WILSON’S SUPERSIZED TRUCK MIGHT HAVE FINALLY ENDED MY DEVOTION TO FOOTBALLAHEARDAUGUST 3, 2022OUTSIDE ONLINE
She refuted assertions residents were being “coddled” and praised their improvements to the austere desert surroundings.
HOW ELEANOR ROOSEVELT WORKED TO STOP HER HUSBAND APPROVING JAPANESE INTERNMENT CAMPS DURING WORLD WAR IIFRANCINE UENUMAFEBRUARY 18, 2022TIME
We cannot continue to coddle those who would put themselves and the rest of us in danger.
OPINION | VACCINE MANDATES — IN D.C., LGBTQ BARS LEAD THE WAYPETER ROSENSTEINAUGUST 11, 2021WASHINGTON BLADE
You get all this nonsense about “These kids are coddled,” but as a professor, I see these kids stand up and speak out against us.
HOW TO BE A FEMINIST DADAMY JOYCEJUNE 17, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Mam' Sarah was very tall, and she had the best lap in the world to coddle down in, Roberta thought.
THAT OLD-TIME CHILD, ROBERTASOPHIE FOX SEA
“You coddle him,” said Kingsnorth, with a short bitter laugh.
THE LOCUSTS' YEARSMARY HELEN FEE
Poor mammy will mourn over me and coddle me up as if I'd been to the wars.
SPINNING-WHEEL STORIESLOUISA MAY ALCOTT
And so we left them alone awhile, to coddle over their raptures.
LORNA DOONER. D. BLACKMORE
A man was looked on as a milk-sop and a Molly Coddle, that would not take his mug of ale, and be merry with his comrades.
HARPER'S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE, VOLUME 1, NO. 2, JULY, 1850.VARIOUS
When shall I have a million a year, so that I can coddle myself and sleep and eat mringues all day?
SAN-CRAVATE; OR, THE MESSENGERS; LITTLE STREAMSCHARLES PAUL DE KOCK
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WORDS RELATED TO CODDLE

  • baby
  • coddle
  • cotton
  • furnish
  • gratify
  • humor
  • indulge
  • minister to
  • outfit
  • pamper
  • pander to
  • procure
  • provision
  • purvey
  • spoil
  • supply
  • victual
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